A father trying hard to ‘fit-in’ in his son’s badass world. A...– Movietickets.com on Ra. One, sure to be the blockbuster of the summer fall Snowtober.
Can we all just step back for a second and bask in the amazing moment that has made this man (temporarily) a frontrunner for a major party nomination in some polls? Can we do that?
Basically, Caravaggio meets Fight Club. It’s a really hardcore action film...– Tarsem Singh on his new Immortals movie.
The marines learn that humanity is of little interest to most of the aliens; the...– The I-am-not-making-this-up plot to one of the spinoff novels from the original Doom FPS in the 90s. You thought it was just about shooting demons and bad dudes, but… uh… think again I guess.
I will spend my last dying breath if I need to, and I will spend every penny of...– The new Steve Jobs Biography is going to be awesome, reports the AP.
Set in present-day Portland, Oregon, the series puts a new twist on the stories...– After seeing a commercial for Grimm and learning the premise, I now hate everything.
To enlighten and to entertain: what else is there? And while good books—even...– Pete Dexter in a bizarre, rambling review in the NY Times. While I can understand the impulse—and this is reblogged from one of my favorite people on Tumblr—this quote really pisses me off. First, look at the review: it wasn’t linked in the original post and I had to track it down, either...
I feel sorry for blogging. How could something so great just wither on the vine?...– Emmet Connolly at thoughtwax.
Steve Jobs Basically Introduces 'Siri' in 1984...
newsweek: In another of the many amazing quotes in that 3,500-word NEWSWEEK interview with Steve Jobs, which appeared in a 1984 special issue of the magazine, the Apple co-founder totally envisions Siri—the virtual personal assistant the company announced earlier this week. Look! I’ve always thought it would be really wonderful to have a little box, a sort of slate that you could carry along...
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